Evil Money: Encounters Along the Money Trail
A chilling and fascinating expose of how one trillion dollars in annual drug revenues is laundered through banks in the U.S. and abroad. A leading authority on banking and money laundering reveals a sophisticated underground economy which links drug cartels, terrorists, and governments in illegal enterprises.
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EVIL MONEY: Encounters Along the Money TrailUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Ehrenfeld, a research scholar at NYU Law School and author of Narcoterrorism (1990), ineffectively details several major cases involving money laundering and governmental corruption. In 1981 ... Read full review
Evil money: encounters along the money trailUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Evil Money discusses the laundering of ill-gotten money, usually from drug trafficking via various routes (e.g., from offshore banks to U.S. banks by wire transfer). The problem, as Ehrenfeld, author ... Read full review